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Flood Map Changes


Flood Map Changes

Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has recently proposed addition or modification of Special Flood Hazard Areas, the areas that would be inundated by the base (1-percent-annual-chance) flood; base flood elevations or depths; zone designations; or regulatory floodways. If you live in an area that is a Special Flood Hazard Area this may effect your insurance rates.

Before any new or modified flood hazard information is effective for floodplain management purposes, FEMA will provide community officials and citizens an opportunity to appeal the proposed flood hazard information presented on the preliminary FIRM and FIS report posted to the FEMA RAAMP website. Between now and the appeal period end date of 11/23/2013 any owner or lessee of real property in the Borough who believes his or her property rights will be adversely affected by an error in the proposed flood hazard determinations may appeal the determination.

Please take some time to check the FEMA web site and review the proposals for any potential impact on your property. You can access the proposed map and more information at If you would like a simpler view of the affected areas please use the maps here: 


MAP 1                    MAP2              Aerial Map


If you feel you may be impacted and have some concerns or believe that the data may be wrong- please call Kelli Scarlett, the Director of Building and Zoning for more information on the process.


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